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Noun
1. temple elementary school (during the Edo period)
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2. TerakoyaTerakoya (寺子屋, which literally means "temple schools") we... Read more
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寺小屋 【てらこや】
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1. system used during the Edo era where commoners had to register with a temple in order to prove their Buddhist faith
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1. child who attended a temple schoolAbbreviation, See also 寺子屋
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1. male temple employee (esp. one who does odd jobs)
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1. certification issued by a temple to prove affiliation
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寺請け 【てらうけ】
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1. incarcerating a criminal in a temple as a form of punishment (popular during the latter Muromachi and Azuchi-Momoyama periods)Obscure term, See also 寺入り
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1. banker's cut or fee charged in a gambling saloon
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1. natto made by a temple and given to supporters at the end of the year
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1. to enrol in a temple school; child enrolled in a temple schoolSee also 寺子屋
2. incarcerating a criminal in a temple as a form of punishment (popular during the latter Muromachi and Azuchi-Momoyama periods)
3. to go to a temple and repent (following a disaster, etc.)
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てらうち 寺内
Full name
1. Terauchi Takeshi (1939.1-)
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2. Takeshi Terauchi, also known as Terry, is a Japanese surf rock guitarist.... Read more
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Place
1. Terauchi dam
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2. Terauchi DamTerauchi Dam is a dam in the Fukuoka Prefecture of Japan.
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Kanji — 1 found

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6 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
Buddhist temple
Kun: てら
On:
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Sentences — 33 found

  • 80482
    • あした明日
    • てら
    • めぐ巡り
    • しよう
    Let's visit some temples tomorrow. Tatoeba
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Names — 679 found

てら 【寺】
Family or surname
1. Tera
てら 【寺側】
Family or surname
1. Tera
てらあいづ 【寺合津】
Place
1. Teraaidu
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